This Is Night Bass: Vol. 9

Release date: Out Now

Message from Night Bass Records: Our 9th volume of ‘This Is Night Bass’ has arrived. Stacked with 10 brand new tunes, this compilation boasts an impressive roster. This time around, we’re graced with tunes from Night Bass OGs like Riddim Commission, 219 Boys, BIJOU, Dread MC & Hotfire, along with new friends & up-and-comers like Qlank, MNNR, Shdws, Kendoll, Lowdown, NuKid & Codes. ‘This is Night Bass Vol 9’ is overflowing with club-ready, head-knocking, shuffle-worthy Night Bass heaters that we are beyond proud to present.

Andrew Marks & twoDB – Amsterdam – Gameroom Records

Release date: Out Now!

Amsterdam is a collaboration between New York DJ/producers Andrew Marks and twoDB. Inspired by their time together at Amsterdam Dance Event in 2019, Amsterdam is a high-energy tune that is as vibrant and empowering as the city itself. It also marks twoDB’s debut release on the Gameroom imprint (who are have also recently celebrated their previous single making waves on SiriusXM’s BPM and the Billboard Dance Airplay chart), while Andrew Marks makes his second appearance on the label.

Damaged Goods – Heartbreaker (ft. Zashanell) – Confessions Records

Release date: February 14th, 2020

The ever evolving Damaged Goods teams up with fellow Miami based singer song-writer, Zashanell for their forthcoming release on Confession. An anthem for all the heartbreaks and heartbreakers out there on Valentine’s Day. With recent support on his work from the likes of Tiesto, David Guetta, Henry Fong, Thomas Gold, Afrojack, Sander Van Doorn, Oliver Heldens, Don Diablo and Swanky Tunes to name a few, Damaged Goods is on a roll to say the least and ‘Heartbreaker’ is set to step things up once again!

Scott & Leon – Should Have Stayed – DeeVu Records

Release date: February 28th, 2020

Following on from their recent release “Voodoo” featuring Dane Bowers and there remake of the underground online, club release of “Sounds of Eden” and last summers release of the classic dance anthem “You Used to Hold Me” featuring the original classic vocals of Sylvia Mason-James.

Scott & Leon met in Bobby’s Nightclub in Tenerife in 1990 where they were both DJ’s. Scott was the promotional manager and head DJ; Leon was a young 20-year-old looking for his break, Scott recognized his talent and immediately gave him a residency at the club. The pair quickly became great friends and teamed up to start to produce club music. In 2000, Scott & Leon brought their first single to the UK Garage community and before long “You Used to Hold Me” was a Top 20 hit, peaking at Number 19 on the UK Single Charts and the single went on to become one of the UK Garage scene’s biggest anthems.

“You Used to Hold Me” is still a massive dance anthem and they recently featured as party of the summer of 2019’s sold out Kisstory on the Common in London.

Recently featured on PURE GARAGE REWIND on New State Entertainment and Ministry of Sound’s GARAGE XXV both celebrating 25 years of the Garage Music genre and “You Used to Hold Me” was the most in-demand classic track on the GARAGE XXV album via iTunes.

In 2001 Scott & Leon released “Shine On” which reached Number 34 in the UK Charts; then in 2003 they also had a hit as Deep Cover with Sounds of Eden (Every Time I See the Girl) which charted at Number 47 in the UK single charts. All 3 singles were hits worldwide and had their own music videos, seeing Scott and Leon playing Ibiza, Miami, Tenerife and many of the summer holiday hot spots. In 2000 Scott was heavily featured in Sky One’s documentary Tenerife Uncovered, a tale of club life in Tenerife and was aired all over the world.

Scott also won the best club DJ in Tenerife 3 consecutive years running. Leon was not new to fame as in the early ’90s he had worldwide hits with his brother Aaron in their band Brother 2 Brother.

Today Scott & Leon are still great friends and in-demand DJs, producers and remixers.

Taylor X and Pastlife – Fire Boi – DeeVu Records

Record Label: DeeVu Records

Release Date: 17 January 2020

TaylorX & Pastlife team up once again and have produced another club destroyer, ‘Fire Boi’. Together, they have been reaching into their darker sides to create notably one of their hardest dance tracks to date. Explosive Horns and driving Bass lines carried by a catchy Vocal that will be sure to capture everyone’s attention on the dance floor!